Post-Tour to Vergina & Edessa
Edessa until 1923 – Vodena (known as the "City of Waters") is a city in northern Greece and the capital of the Pella regional unit, in the Central Macedonia region of Greece. The Edessa Waterfalls are located in the heart of Edessa in Greece. The falls are a natural phenomenon that arose after a strong earthquake that struck the surrounding area in the 14th century. Since then, many changes have taken place in their morphology due to earthquakes of smaller scale. The waterfalls are the main attraction of visitors to the city of Edessa. There are twelve waterfalls in the area, of which four are easily visible. Today the waterfalls are a well-known spectacle of immense beauty for the whole of Greece. The Municipality has since proceeded to significant interventions that saved the local economy. Since 2003, the waterfalls are illuminated in the rainbow colors during the night.
Not far from Edessa is another attraction of the region, the hot healing springs - Loutra-Pozar. You can visit well-known hydropathic clinics in the open air from the time of Alexander the Great, whose water temperature reaches +37 degrees. Water from these sources is collected in a special pool, where during the year you can take bicarbonate baths. Then literally boiling water rises to the surface along natural drainage channels, taking from the ground all useful trace elements. Phosphorus, Radium, Calcium, Iodine, Hydrogen Sulphide and Potassium - the healing water of Lutra in Aridea bursts out from under the earth just like this healing cocktail. Here you can relax in one of fifty individual baths or choose one of the smaller pools with hot or conversely cold mineral water.
May 1, 2020, at 09:00
Price 60 euro
the payment is possible only after your booking is confirmed by e-mail
Comfortable shoes, light clothes, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, bottle of water